The Client-centred Blog

Welcome to The Client Centred Blog; Free content that shares a fresh approach to thriving as a financial professional in a rapidly changing environment.

This blog has its foundation in a new understanding of the human mind that gives you the ultimate platform for creating better results, thriving under any circumstances and living the life you want.     

I invite you to explore the materials, reflect upon how it relates to you and your business and enjoy the benefits.

The little understood power of the present moment

When we truly understand the power of the present moment, then it becomes the most important thing in our life.

I learned that to truly connect with others I had to be fully present with them.

I learned that happiness and contentment are not circumstance dependent; they are a function of how present we are in our lives.

I learned that to perform better in anything I do then the quality of my attention is the most important thing of all.

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Opportunity is a state of mind

There is a story about two shoe salesmen from competing companies who are sent to Africa to assess the market for shoes. This took place at the turn of the century when Africa was just opening up as a market. Salesman One scouts around for a few days and then heads for the telegraph office…

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The most-read blog posts of 2019

I was looking back over 2019’s blog posts and I wanted to share the 5 most read with you again. You never know which ones are going to have the most reads and sometimes it can be a surprise. I enjoyed re-living the inspiration for each one and hope you enjoy them. Here are 2019’s…

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What will make 2020 your best year yet?

What will make 2020 your best year yet? This seems like a worthwhile question to give some thought to and yet the answer may be somewhat different to what many people imagine. We are living in a world where we seem to be constantly on the treadmill of getting things done. After all, who isn’t…

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What happens when you’re afraid of making mistakes?

One of the reasons that we don’t step up and go for what we want in life is that we are afraid of making a mistake, looking bad and what that will mean about us. I once had someone say to me that they didn’t want to really go for what they wanted in life…

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The most dangerous word in the English language

When we were little kids, we never knew what limitations were, did we? In fact, when we are kids the very idea of a limitation is absurd. Our imaginations know no boundaries and we live in a world of pure possibility. Our life was full of curiosity, joy, and wonder. Who doesn’t want more of…

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Why not even Richard Branson can help you

What is stopping your business becoming a much better business? It is an interesting question to reflect upon, isn’t it? One of my clients, Noel, is an entrepreneur who has started several successful companies. His latest creation is a tech business in the financial sector, and it has gone from a start up to requiring…

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My top 10 business books

I appreciate that your choice of books to read is a very personal and subjective thing, but I love the saying ‘When the student is ready, the teacher appears’. It so often happens. With books, the right one can show up as if by magic and just when you need it. So, I thought I…

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The surprising truth about happiness

“If you are doing things in order to be happy… you’re doing them in the wrong order.” Michael Neill Although happiness is something that is hard to define it is something that we seem to want more of in our lives. There are dozens of books written on the subject and articles seem to pop…

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Uncertainty is inevitable, insecurity is optional

On Monday we had our second live day of ‘The Freedom of Mind Programme’ and we gathered at the inspiring Henley Business school on the bank of the river Thames. The brilliant Kim Hare lead the day and one of the posters she put up on the wall read: Uncertainty is inevitable, insecurity is optional…

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